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ASUSTOR AS-7008T 8 bay NAS review
Posted on 7-Apr-2015 12:40 Reviews, Computing, by M Freitas

Network attached storage devices and full on computers aren't much different these days. Take the ASUSTOR AS-7008T 8 bay NAS device for example: you can just add some storage to it, configure the way you want the NAS to work and tuck it away in a corner, doing storage things.

Harman/Kardon Soho review
Posted on 31-Mar-2015 14:20 Reviews, Consumer Electronics, by M Freitas

I have been using the Harman/Kardon headphones for a few weeks now. It is a sleek, comfortable pair of headphones combining good performance and good looks.

Waterfield Bolt Briefcase review
Posted on 25-Mar-2015 16:18 Reviews, Consumer Electronics

The Waterfield Bolt Briefcase serves double purpose: you can use it as a carry-on bag or as a commuter bag. I have experienced this bag in both situations and it certainly does the job, while looking good.

HTC One M9 review
Posted on 23-Mar-2015 13:41 Reviews, Android, by M Freitas

For years mobile phones were piece of plastic. Some looked good, but still had that cheap feeling of thin plastic. Long time smartphone manufacturers helped change this with the introduction of its HTC One M7 flagship device a couple of years ago and improved on that with its HTC One M8 last year.

HTC Re camera review
Posted on 12-Feb-2015 13:26 Reviews, Consumer Electronics, by M Freitas

Ever felt that taking photos with your smartphone is kind of cumbersome? What about an easy to use camera that pairs with your smartphone but doesn't need it all the time?

Acronis True Image Unlimited 2015 review
Posted on 30-Jan-2015 10:03 Reviews, Computing, by M Freitas

In my view Acronis True image has been for years the gold standard for PC image backups. For me it all started with Norton Ghost but since Symantec retired that product Acronis True Image software took that space.

Rapoo e9090p wireless keyboard review
Posted on 27-Jan-2015 15:09 Reviews, Computing, by M Freitas

The Rapoo e9090p is an ultra thin wireless keyboard with some attractive features.

ADATA Premier Pro SP910 SSD review
Posted on 13-Jan-2015 10:41 Reviews, Computing, by M Freitas

The ADATA Premier Pro series is an affordable feature rich SSD series.

Fitbit Charge review
Posted on 22-Dec-2014 14:03 Reviews, Consumer Electronics, by M Freitas

I have been a Fitbit user for almost a year now. It started with the Fitbit Flex, the simplistic but yet sophisticated Internet-connected pedometer. And the Charge makes it even better.

Philips Shaver Series 9000 review
Posted on 15-Dec-2014 14:47 Reviews, Consumer Electronics, by M Freitas

Just a few weeks ago I saw a new discussion here on Geekzone with people discussing shavers so I took the opportunity to try a new Philips Series 9000.

Google Chromecast review
Posted on 15-Dec-2014 13:47 Reviews, Consumer Electronics, by M Freitas

It's here: the Google Chromecast streaming stick lands with loads of content already available for your lounge entertainment.

ADATA Power Bank PV110 review
Posted on 2-Dec-2014 12:55 Reviews, Consumer Electronics

My week with the ADATA Power Bank PV110.

ADATA SP610 SSD review
Posted on 11-Nov-2014 19:06 Reviews, Computing

My week with The ADATA SP610: From Ho Hum to Oh Wow!

Brother MFC-J5720DW review
Posted on 2-Nov-2014 16:24 Reviews, Computing, by M Freitas

The new Brother MFC-J5720DW multi function printer arrived here just in time for us to try something different: printing photos on canvas. Mind you this is not the only thing this multi-talented printer can do

Rapoo Mechanical Keyboard KX review
Posted on 29-Sep-2014 14:46 Reviews, Computing, by M Freitas

We look at a small but fully-feature mechanical keyboard.

QNAP TS-451 review
Posted on 23-Sep-2014 14:31 Reviews, Consumer Electronics, by M Freitas

We have looked at many Network Attached Storage (NAS) devices over the years and the last two years this category has shown consistent improvements in software and increase in performance.

Logitech Illuminated Living-Room Keyboard K830 review
Posted on 25-Aug-2014 13:53 Reviews, Consumer Electronics

Logitech's wireless keyboard K830 is a perfect companion for your entertainment centre.

Navman SmartGPS review
Posted on 7-Aug-2014 14:53 Reviews, GPS, by M Freitas

I had the Navman SmartGPS for a few weeks now for this review. Used it around the Wellingon region and have to say it's a very capable in-car navigation system with interesting features.

Samsung Galaxy Tab S 8.4 review
Posted on 10-Jul-2014 13:37 Reviews, Android, by M Freitas

The Samsung Galaxy Tab S is a beautiful device. There I said it. Some people around Geekzone will probably know I am not a big fan of Samsung's Galaxy S series of smartphones when it comes to design but the Samsung Galaxy Tab S is an entirely different thing.

Intel NUC D54250WYKH Review
Posted on 2-Jul-2014 13:34 Reviews, Computing, by M Freitas

The new Intel NUC is out in New Zealand with more feature while keeping its small form factor.

Thecus N2310 review
Posted on 2-Jul-2014 13:03 Reviews, Consumer Electronics, by M Freitas

Thecus is not a brand I often hear about here in New Zealand so it is an interesting change to have one at home, more specifically the entry-level Thecus N2310 dual bay NAS appliance.

Sphero 2.0 review
Posted on 15-May-2014 11:47 Reviews, Consumer Electronics, by M Freitas

Sphero is a smart ball. Orbotix, the company behind this piece of technology calls it a "robot ball" and "a game system". Either way it's a an interesting kit, with limitless possibilities.

Crucial M550 SSD review
Posted on 6-May-2014 14:08 Reviews, Computing, by M Freitas

Not too long ago the most touted upgrade for any PC was memory. Now it is SSD. How much better can your PC get when using one of the new Crucial M550 SSD?

Amazon Fire TV review
Posted on 26-Apr-2014 15:04 Reviews, DVB and HD, by M Freitas

This little black box can bring you hours of entertainment. But does it work in New Zealand?

QNAP TS-220 review
Posted on 3-Jan-2014 17:56 Reviews, Consumer Electronics, by M Freitas

We have previously covered QNAP NAS devices but wanted to touch again on these to see how the new version of its operating system, QTS 4.0 is coming along.


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